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Saturday, February 3, 2018

Ray Lewis and Brian Urlacher terrorized opposing offenses from the middle of the field. Randy Moss and Terrell Owens did the same to defenses on the outside. (02/03/2018)
Want to head down and soak up some Super Bowl fever, but don't know what's going on. Here's our best bets (02/03/2018)
An Italian man, who reportedly ran unsuccessfully as an anti-immigrant candidate in a local election last year, wounded several foreigners in the central city of Macerata during a drive-by shooting on Saturday. (02/03/2018)
Saturday's snowstorm snarled traffic in the Twin Cities, with temperatures expected to plummet below zero Sunday.
At the NFL's Super Bowl breakfast, Baltimore Ravens tight end, Benjamin Watson was recognized for his work to with a foundation that fights poverty.
Janet Jackson wants to put rumors and speculation to rest about a halftime reunion at Sunday's game.
Novel migraine therapies could change how physicians treat these debilitating headaches. But they are likely to be expensive and the long-term side effects will not be known for some time.
The resignation of Wayne Pacelle comes just hours after the nonprofit had issued a statement endorsing his leadership and dismissing allegations made by three women.
As the Philadelphia Eagles gear up for Sunday's Super Bowl against the New England Patriots, we look into whether Philly's sports fans deserve their reputation as the country's worst-behaved.
The Patriots' well-established reputation for winning has taught kids to dream big and believe that anything is possible. But is it possible to have too much of a good thing?
Cremated loved ones were in some of the thousands of homes incinerated by wildfires in October. Archaeologists and search dogs are now looking for lost urns and human cremains among the rubble.
Despite bold plans to repurpose Olympic buildings, past host cities, such as Rio de Janeiro and Athens, have been left with vacant, decaying sports complexes and piles of debt.
The technology provides them with an unprecedented view into how the ancient civilization worked and lived, revealing almost industrial agricultural infrastructure and new insights into warfare.
The editor made a triumphant return after a brief suspension. Kimi Yoshino told colleagues she had been questioned about a conversation with a New York Times reporter.
A recent study gives thumbs up to the World Health Organization's 6-step plan. The problem is that lots of people -- including health workers -- fail to scrub.
It captured images that show some of the key regions NASA's robot has explored since 2012.
The Census Bureau says people who mark 'White' for their race will be asked to write in their origins in countries such as Ireland. Some white people say they're not sure how to answer that question.
Kim Purcell's new novel is structured as a long, beautiful, despairing letter from a young woman to her missing boyfriend, written as she spurs her friends and neighbors into action to find him.
Emmet Penney recommends a poetry collection that explores how life is "waiting for things to happen ... and sometimes being terrified of what might come your way."
Football hall-of-famer Carl Eller will be among the 66,000 fans watching Super Bowl LII at U.S. Bank Stadium on Sunday. While he's in town, he's also helping to raise money and awareness for his fellow NFL retirees.
Are you ready for Super Bowl LII? ... No? That's ok. We're here to help.

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